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6 hours ago

MCA Accountants

Coming to the end of the year you can plan to bring forward next year's expenses to claim the deduction this year instead of next. For example, if you would be due for a stationary order in July, why not make it in June? ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

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We all prefer not to borrow money, but sometimes you have to. If you are in the fortunate position to plan when you borrow and how much for, you should always try to borrow for tax deductible items, and use other money to pay for non-deductible items

For example, you've worked hard and have $50k of savings and are looking to buy a new car and a new investment property in the coming year. Assuming the car is not tax deductible it would make sense to pay for the car and borrow as much as possible for the property. We're not suggesting you borrow more than you need to overall, just that you ensure you can claim the interest when you do borrow
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4 days ago

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Generally, you can deduct interest expenses on loans you’ve taken out to buy the property, fund repairs and renovations or buy depreciating assets – but only to the extent it’s used for generating rental income.

We find people get into trouble when they redraw on their loan, consolidate the loan, or use the rental property as security to buy something else - most of the time these are not deductible.

To be certain that you are avoiding the ATO's eye, come and see us before you make any changes to your loan.
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5 days ago

MCA Accountants

Did you know that if you’re aged between 60 and 64, you can access your super if you change jobs – without retiring permanently? Just by leaving a job you’ll be able to access a full pension or a lump sum.

Below 60 you can access your super only if you can show you intend to retire permanently. From 65 your super is all yours!

Let us help advise you on the rules and the best tax strategies for this major life decision.
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5 days ago

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Most people are aware that in the case of a company, it is the Director's that are "at risk" should something go wrong. A simple way of adding a layer of asset protection is to ensure that only one spouse is a Director of your business, and that all personal assets are held by the other spouse. Simple, cheap, effective. ... See MoreSee Less

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